The Rail Minister, Andrew Jones, is calling for more digital skills and workforce diversity in the rail industry.
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With access to information on every station in Britain, passengers can now plan their journeys according to their needs and have smoother, more reliable, experiences.
Both candidates bring a strong set of experience, which will help guide the construction of the largest infrastructure project in Europe.
Passengers will benefit from an 80 per cent increase in the number of morning peak seats into Nottingham, Lincoln and St Pancras.
The Access for All programme was first launched in 2006 and has delivered more than 200 accessible routes into selected stations so far.
The capabilities of the patented fast-charge system have been successfully demonstrated to the Department for Transport and Innovate UK.
The first Azuma train will run on the London - Leeds route, with further trains being phased into service on the rest of the route over the coming months.
A partnership between Porterbrook, South Western Railway and Eminox Limited will trial emissions-reducing technology which could be rolled out to hundreds of diesel trains across the UK’s rail network.
The platforms are the latest upgrade to be delivered at Scotland’s second-busiest station, with a longer platform 12 having entered service in December 2017.
Rail operators have long-sought to improve the quality of Wi-Fi, but faced significant cost and technical challenges in doing so.
Half of all pay-as-you-go journeys across London are regularly made using a contactless card or mobile device. Now the 17,000 passengers that use the Heathrow Express each day will have the same option for a quick and easy payment method.
The study of regular train users was launched in anticipation of the new hydrogen trains coming to the UK in the early 2020s.
The consultation feedback in the southeast will be used when considering how to implement PAYG more widely across other urban or commuter areas.
UK Rail Minister, Andrew Jones, has announced project funding of £1.75 million that looks into solar panels that directly power trains and a system that uses hydrogen and oxygen to produce steam to power engines.
The next 30 years will see new services and initiatives being implemented across the West Midlands region to ensure the rail network is of high quality, and the benefits HS2 offers are taken full advantage of.